Rude Man Treble Booster
The Rude Man treble booster is our take on the class Dallas Rangemaster. He demands your attention and isn't afraid to step on anyone's toes. One knob, two switches, lots of tone.
The Story of the Rude Man
The Dallas Rangemaster was one of the first effects used on an electric guitar. It takes advantage of the OC44 germanium transistor to boost the treble and, when played through a tube amp, sends guitar into screaming leads.
Our take on this classic is the Rude Man. Traditionally the OC44 effects are positive ground, but for your convenience we’ve included a voltage inverter so you can power your pedal with a standard -9v power supply.
Knob: Clockwise, more gain.
Switch: Kicks between a pure treble boost and a mid range boost
Hear the Rude Man
Watch our short demo video to hear to Rude Man in action.
Get Your Own
Tyler Green paints all Rude Men by hand. Each unit is a total one of a kind. Get your own for $120.